How did David Warner die? Cause of death explored as Tron and Titanic star passes away at 80

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David Warner, a well-known British actor, died on Sunday July 24, his family has announced. He was 80 years old. Warner reportedly died at Denville Hall, a care and assisted living facility in Northwood, London. Numerous celebrities related to Great Britain have died in this well-known place.

With nearly 60 years of experience in theatre, television and feature films, Warner had played a number of well-known characters including Ed Dillinger/Sark/The Master Control Program in Disney’s 1982 blockbuster Tron. The 80-year-old actor was best known for his role as Spicer Lovejoy in Titanic -Movie known from 1999. In 2018 he was hired again by Disney to play Admiral Boom in Mary Poppins Returns. The late actor is survived by his son Luke and longtime partner Lisa Bowerman.

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David Warner dies

David Warner dies

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British star David Warner dies after a long battle with cancer

According to David Warner’s family to the BBC, the late actor had been battling an illness for quite some time. Accordingly, the actor was diagnosed with cancer 18 months before his death.

Although the family did not disclose the type of cancer or the extent, it was most likely at an advanced stage. The 80-year-old Manchester native was apparently diagnosed with the terminal condition in early January last year or late December 2020, according to the timeline given in the family’s statement.

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Tributes pour in after the death of David Warner

Many tweets paid tribute to the late actor as UK-based media broke the news of his death. Many celebrities expressed their condolences to Warner and thanked him on Twitter for his contributions to the industry.

Many well-known figures paid their respects to the late actor, including director Edgar Wright, comic book writer Rob Liefeld, actor Michael McKean, and many others.

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Several fans praised his performances in films such as 1966’s Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment and 1976’s horror classic The Omen, alongside his best-known roles in Titanic and Tron. During the 1970s, Warner became well-known in the horror genre thanks to his numerous roles in the genre known. Aside from The Omen, he has contributed to horror masterpieces including 1979’s Nightwing, 1988’s Waxwork and 1990’s Tripwire.

Additionally, Warner became a well-known figure in the Star Trek fandom thanks to his portrayals of Chancellor Gorkon, St. John Talbot, and Gul Madred in this series. DC villain Ra’s al Ghul in 1990’s Batman: The Animated Series and 2000’s Batman: Beyond were two other legendary roles Warner voiced.

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